For-Profit Businesses and Non-Profit Organizations Collaborating through Contextualized Partnership: Resisting Donorship Tendencies to Create Space for Sustainable Social Change
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Thesis presented to the graduate faculty in partial fulfilment of the degree of Master of Arts in International Community Development
For-profit businesses and non-profit organizations within the United States’ economy – Creating space for social change through partnership – Segments of collaborative measures – Social entrepreneurship, social enterprise, or corporate social responsibility? – Fostering leadership to further the impact of social change – Qualitative research approach – Case studies – Wrapping it all up.
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